3reef Aquarium Forums

by StevieT at 1:35 PM
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And it looks sweet !!!!!

It is basically the width of the 9002 without it's magnet so it will fit in many more applications. The cup has been upgraded to fit in AIO aquarium, wonder where they got that idea ;)

The needle wheel promises darker skimmate. It run on only 2.5 watts and is whisper quiet after break in.

Grab a 9001 today! They are in-stock and ready to ship


by Reef Breeders at 11:31 AM
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We are excited to announce the arrival of Jebao's new dosing pump, the DP-4. It has 4 dosing heads and a built in controller for only $119.99.


The pumps are in stock and ready to ship, you can order your's here:

Dosing Pumps
by MarineDepot at 1:52 PM
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EcoTech Marine XR15w Pro: Hands-On Review

As soon as the new EcoTech Marine Radion XR15w Pro LED light fixture arrived at Marine Depot headquarters, Joe from our staff quickly snagged himself a unit to take home for a hands-on test.

Joe is no stranger to EcoTech Marine aquarium products: he owns 3 Radions, a VorTech MP10wES and even uses their coral glue. So who better to review the little brother of the Radion XR30w?

by Matt Rogers at 11:40 PM
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Restoring your Bubble Magus Doser is a pretty easy affair requiring about an hour of your time, a little grease and some new peristaltic hose cut to size. Once you have disconnected your hoses, you can remove the pump heads by simply squeezing two clips on the sides of the head and pulling the head off.




The need to restore your Bubble Magus doser is not something you are made aware of from the manual, at least the PDF manual of the BM-TO1 that I have. Yet after way over a year of flawless performance, I began to notice that one of dosing bottles was emptying much faster than the other even though both pumps were set to exactly the same dose rate. After some research, I became aware of the need to replace the old hose within the pump heads. This should be done every...
by Rhoads238 at 9:57 AM
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Hey all,

I finally decided to start a thread for my tank. Its been running for about a year now and its been an exciting process along the way.

Heres a photo from my OP on 3 reef, taken about a week after I set the tank up.


And this shot was taken yesterday


and then a little about the tank itself

Tank- Deep Blue rimless cube 24"x24"x24" - 60 gal
Sump- Custom built Trigger Systems Ruby- 20"x20"x15" water level 10" = about 17 gal
Controller- Neptune Apex
Lighting- Ecotech Radion xr30w pro gen 2
Waterflow- 2 Ecotech mp10w
Filtration- Seaside Aquatics CS7
Heating- Eheim 250w
Chiller- Teco Tr-10
ATO- Tunze Osmolator
Dosing- BRS doser

Heres a few of my favorite pictures of the tank



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